Mistah F.A.B. is the latest rapper to address President Donald Trump, doing so on his new track and video for "Dear Mr. President."

F.A.B. is speaking for the poor and downtrodden on the new track addressing Trump with a passionate open letter in song form. “Dear President, on behalf of the poor/I am writin’ you a letter, hope it hits your front door/If you do happen to read it, I just hope you don’t ignore/You still got money for war but can’t feed the poor/Mr. President, if you open, can you come and sit with us?/At least try to explain why the police keep killin’ us/Or they lock us up in jail and throw the key away/On behalf of the ghetto see if we ok,” he raps.

For the visual, F.A.B. posts up in the hood surrounded by his people. Throughout the clip, the Bay Area rapper and everyone on screen rocks shirts that read: Everybody Vs. Trump. There are also cut scenes that show shots of people living in extremely destitute circumstances.

No. 45 has been catching hell from rappers recently. Most notably from Eminem who went in on the POTUS during his 2017 BET Hip Hop Awards freestyle. Shady's scathing diss has been the talk of the internet since earlier this week and has been retweeted over 2 million times.

Watch Mistah F.A.B.'s "Dear Mr. President" video below.

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